In the TOTAL Excellium Super Sporting Class Category, Daniel Miranda was named “Overall Champion,” with Gerard Loy, Allan Uy, Keith Haw and Mon Tanjuatco taking their places as Overall 2nd Place to Overall 5th Place, respectively.
Daniel Miranda, for his amazing win in the fourth leg, will continue on competing in the international circuit, representing the Philippines with the Toyota Gazoo Racing Team Asia. He – along with Team Obengers, comprised of Marco Soong, JV Ejercito, Paulo Agregado, Robert Lilles, Keith Bryan Haw and Raymond Ronquillo – will be joining the Super Endurance 600 race in the Chang International Circuit later this year.
For the entire duration of the Vios Cup, Total delivered on its promise to bring to life the true spirit of Waku-Doki (“heart racing fun” in Japanese). And with TOTAL Excellium, racers enjoyed greater confidence and exceptional performance on the concrete. Most suited for intense races such as the Vios Cup, TOTAL Excellium sufficiently primed the racers’ vehicles and protected their engines, promising a smoother and safer ride. TOTAL Excellium offers three key benefits: it cleans and protects engines, significantly reduces carbon emissions and delivers improved performance.
“In addition to providing drivers and motorists innovative fuels and products for their daily automotive needs, Total has been helping Filipino racers celebrate their passions through unique events and opportunities. This is why Total partnered with Toyota for the Vios Cup; we want to bring you closer to the things that excite you and matter to you,” says Christophe Wittmann, Total Philippines Vice President for Retail. “Again, we would like to congratulate all winners of this season’s successful run. We salute you and we look forward to seeing you next year.
For more information about TOTAL Excellium, visit the official website, www.total.com.ph, and official Facebook page of Total Phils: TotalinthePhilippines